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26 Jan 2015 at 6:35pm
Tom Brady already had a child with actress Bridget Moynahan and was dating supermodel Gisele Bundchen when a Mexican television personality created one of the wildest moments in Media Day history here in Arizona before the 2008 Super Bowl. Ines Gomez Mont, a reporter for TV Azteca, showed up wearing a white wedding dress and veil and proposed to Brady, who was trying to lead the New England Patriots to the first 19-0 season in NFL history. Anybody who would have the opportunity to marry you would be a lucky man.'' Maybe Gomez Mont put a hex on Brady. The Patriots lost to the New York Giants to ruin their perfect season.

26 Jan 2015 at 6:21pm
Joe Gibbs said he was shocked when he learned the NFL is investigating whether the New England Patriots deflated footballs to gain an advantage over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC championship game. The Hall of Fame coach said Monday he never heard of anything comparable happening when he worked for the Washington Redskins from 1981-92 and 2004-07, winning three Super Bowls along the way. ''To be truthful I never even thought it about it,'' Gibbs said of the footballs issue during NASCAR's annual media tour. ''So I think this all kind of was a surprise for everybody.'' The 74-year-old now owns Joe Gibbs racing, a four-car NASCAR racing team based in Huntersville, North Carolina.

25 Jan 2015 at 4:07am
Nick Mensio keeps track of all the reserve/future contracts signed around the NFL.

24 Jan 2015 at 5:52pm
Richard Sherman gave Tom Brady an earful and trolled him on Twitter a few years ago. This Super Bowl between the New England Patriots (14-4) and Seattle Seahawks (14-4) will feature some epic yapping from some of the best trash-talkers in the NFL. ''I think people get a skewed view of Tom Brady, that he's just a clean-cut, does-everything-right (guy), and never says a bad word to anyone, and we know him to be otherwise,'' Sherman said.

23 Jan 2015 at 2:59pm
The NFL has reached the pinnacle of its season with the Super Bowl just around the corner. Although it's the most popular sport in the U.S., for many Americans and millions around the world, the Super Bowl is the only football game they will watch all year. Some people know more about the NFL's domestic violence policy or the way the league inflates footballs than about the actual teams - the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots - playing in the big game on Feb. 1. A lookback at an NFL season that will be long remembered more for things that happened off the field: --- DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was suspended for the season and released by the team after video surfaced of him punching his fiance in an elevator.

23 Jan 2015 at 7:54am
The National Congress of American Indians on Friday released a 38-second online ad coinciding with the run-up to the Super Bowl. It shows footage of Griffin's highlight run against the Minnesota Vikings in 2012, but the team's logo has been digitally removed from his helmet. Then come the words: ''Take it away and it's still Washington football'' and ''Change the mascot.'' The NCAI has been among numerous groups campaigning to change the Redskins' name, saying it is a racial slur.

22 Jan 2015 at 9:21pm
Some teams have unearth a great deal of talent from the game, including one with eight future Hall of Famers.

22 Jan 2015 at 7:08pm
Running back Tommy Mason, the first draft pick in Minnesota Vikings history, has died. Mason's sister-in-law, Suzanne MacNeil, told The Associated Press that Mason died peacefully Thursday at his home in Newport Beach, California, with his wife, Karen, by his side. No cause of death was given, but Mason sustained multiple concussions during his playing career, MacNeil said, and was part of the ''88 Plan.'' That's the program created in the honor of former NFL player John Mackey, who wore No. 88 for the Baltimore Colts and died in 2011 after a long fight with dementia.

22 Jan 2015 at 2:34pm
Running back Tommy Mason, an 11-year veteran of the National Football League and the No. 1 overall pick in the 1961 NFL draft, has died at the age of 75, the Washington Redskins said on Thursday. Mason, the first draft pick in Vikings franchise history, was a three-time Pro Bowler who played with the Vikings, Los Angeles Rams and Redskins before retiring after the 1971 season.

22 Jan 2015 at 10:27am
Todd Bowles and Mike Maccagnan might have once shared a golf cart, making small talk during an uneventful ride around Washington Redskins training camp 25 years ago or so. The details are fuzzy, but Bowles was a safety in the prime of his playing career and Maccagnan, an eager intern in the front office. Little did the two know that they would someday share the spotlight as the leaders of the New York Jets' new regime - Bowles as coach and Maccagnan as general manager. This is a homecoming of sorts for both Bowles, who grew up in Elizabeth, about 19 miles southeast, and was the Jets' secondary coach in 2000, and Maccagnan, who's from Hightstown, about 50 miles south of team headquarters.

22 Jan 2015 at 8:53am
The NFL fined Marshawn Lynch $20,000 for his post-touchdown crotch grab in the NFC championship game, and more fines could be forthcoming if Lynch decides to continue his tradition of not talking to reporters. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the NFL is also considering fining Lynch significantly more than the $50,000 for each of the past two seasons for not talking to the media. Lynch again declined to speak on Sunday after the NFC tiel game. Lynch, along with the rest of the Seahawks, is slated for media availability on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week. If he goes with his usual repeat-a-single-phrase routine, the Super Bowl trip could end up being a significant hit to his wallet. NFL officials said that each session in which Lynch declined to speak would accrue an escalating fine, with the initial fine to be more than $50,000. Lynch's fine is more than two other recent obscene-gesture levies. Johnny Manziel was hit with a $12,000 fine for flipping a bird at the Washington Redskins in preseason. Kansas City's Travis Kelce was fined $11,025 for a gesture that we really can't even describe here that he used to demonstrate his frustration with the officials in a game against Denver. ____ Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Contact him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Twitter. Follow @jaybusbee And keep up with Jay over on Facebook , too.

21 Jan 2015 at 3:14am
NFL The NFL says its investigation into whether the New England Patriots used under-inflated footballs in the AFC championship game is ongoing after a report claimed the league found 11 balls were not properly inflated. Troy Vincent, the NFL's executive vice president for football operations, told The Associated Press that the ''investigation is currently underway and we're still awaiting findings.'' Vincent was responding to an ESPN report that cited anonymous league sources saying 11 of the Patriots' 12 allotted game footballs were under-inflated by 2 pounds per square inch of air. The last thing the NFL wants after a difficult season off the field is a potential cheating scandal that disrupts Super Bowl week. CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Bears hired Vic Fangio as their new defensive coordinator, hoping the veteran coach who spent the last four seasons with San Francisco can breathe some life into the once-storied unit.

20 Jan 2015 at 8:29pm
The Chicago Bears hired Vic Fangio as their new defensive coordinator Tuesday, hoping the veteran coach who spent the last four seasons with San Francisco can breathe some life into the once-storied unit. The Bears said they have reached an agreement with the 56-year-old Fangio to take over the Bears' struggling defense under new coach John Fox. Fangio had been a candidate for the defensive coordinator job with the Washington Redskins, who hired Joe Barry on Tuesday.

20 Jan 2015 at 7:35pm
Jack Del Rio picked the same offensive coordinator to start his tenure in Oakland as he did more than a decade ago in Jacksonville. Musgrave said Tuesday he harbors no hard feelings toward Del Rio over his dismissal 10 years ago and said he looks forward to working with Del Rio again with the Oakland Raiders. ''Jack and I are always pulling in the same direction,'' Musgrave said. ''We had some real positive times there in Jacksonville.

20 Jan 2015 at 4:18pm
The Washington Redskins' meandering search for a defensive coordinator ended Tuesday with the hiring of Joe Barry, the linebackers coach for the San Diego Chargers who was once in charge of the only 0-16 defense in NFL history. Barry was chosen to replace Jim Haslett, who departed three weeks ago after a 4-12 season. The Redskins' busy offseason has also included the additions of Scot McCloughan as general manager and Bill Callahan as offensive line coach.

26 Jan 2015 at 6:35pm
Tom Brady already had a child with actress Bridget Moynahan and was dating supermodel Gisele Bundchen when a Mexican television personality created one of the wildest moments in Media Day history here in Arizona before the 2008 Super Bowl. Ines Gomez Mont, a reporter for TV Azteca, showed up wearing a white wedding dress and veil and proposed to Brady, who was trying to lead the New England Patriots to the first 19-0 season in NFL history. Anybody who would have the opportunity to marry you would be a lucky man.'' Maybe Gomez Mont put a hex on Brady. The Patriots lost to the New York Giants to ruin their perfect season.

26 Jan 2015 at 4:03pm
Media Day at the Super Bowl is unlike any other media day - or any other event, for that matter. Though the primary purpose still is to help journalists do their jobs, Super Bowl Media Day has morphed into a spectacle of its own, a three-ring circus filled with wild antics, costumes, obscure questions some ornery answers and the occasional marriage proposal (we'll get into that later). A rundown of what makes Super Bowl Media Day so unique heading into Tuesday's version in Arizona: --- HUMBLE BEGINNINGS Media Day started with the first Super Bowl, won by no-nonsense coach Vince Lombardi and the Green Bay Packers in 1967. At the 1969 Super Bowl, New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath chatted with reporters while sitting poolside.

26 Jan 2015 at 3:49pm
From modest beginnings of cheap tickets and empty seats to $4.5 million for a 30-second TV ad, the Super Bowl approaches its golden anniversary entrenched as the undisputed king of U.S. sporting events. Super Bowl 49 will pit the Seattle Seahawks against the New England Patriots in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday and figures to join 21 previous Super Bowls atop the list of most watched U.S. TV broadcasts. A far cry from the first Super Bowl clash between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs in 1967, according to Jerry Izenberg of the (New Jersey) Star-Ledger, one of only two reporters to have covered ever Super Bowl.

26 Jan 2015 at 12:59pm
Four weeks ago, Landon Cohen was working as a valet in South Carolina. On Sunday, he just might play in the Super Bowl.

25 Jan 2015 at 4:07am
Nick Mensio keeps track of all the reserve/future contracts signed around the NFL.

24 Jan 2015 at 5:52pm
Richard Sherman gave Tom Brady an earful and trolled him on Twitter a few years ago. This Super Bowl between the New England Patriots (14-4) and Seattle Seahawks (14-4) will feature some epic yapping from some of the best trash-talkers in the NFL. ''I think people get a skewed view of Tom Brady, that he's just a clean-cut, does-everything-right (guy), and never says a bad word to anyone, and we know him to be otherwise,'' Sherman said.

24 Jan 2015 at 4:44pm
Perhaps already annoyed by the attention to his left elbow ahead of the Super Bowl, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman used a quip to answer one reporter's question about that joint's range of motion. ''If I had to slap my brother,'' Sherman replied, ''I'd be able to do it.'' Seattle's other All-Pro defensive back, safety Earl Thomas, is dealing with a bum shoulder and not only missed practices but also avoided the media, which is one way to avoid the question that so often becomes a big part of the buildup to the big game: How hurt are you? Ever since Sherman was injured in the NFC championship game, he has maintained he expects to play against the New England Patriots on Feb. 1. While the NFL's investigation of the underinflated footballs used by the Patriots in the AFC championship game has been getting a ton of attention, there will be room for other topics.

















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